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Forwarding MyBCC email to personal email account

The best way to check your BCC email is to login through the MyBCC link on the BCC website.  If this method doesn’t work for you, there are other choices including downloading the free Outlook App available for iOS and Android devices.  If none of these methods are what you are looking for you may also forward your BCC email to a personal email account.  Use these steps to forward your BCC email to a personal email account.

Tip: Keep in mind that if you reply from your personal account your reply will not come from your BCC email and some professors may not read or respond to your message thinking it’s spam.

  1. Log into MyBCC email through MyBCC Portal.
    On the upper corner of the web page, click on the Settings icon.
    Screenshot of Settings icon.
  2. Click on Search all settings.  
    Screenshot of settings search box.
  3. Type in “Forwarding” in the search box. Then click on the Forwarding (text color in blue).
    Screenshot of search results for the word forwarding.
  4. The left side of the screen will change to help set up your forwarding email address.  Click on Start forwarding, then type in your full personal email address in the Forward my email to: box, and finally click on Save to begin email forwarding. 
    Screenshot of new email address and forwarding checkbox with save button.

Contact Us & Online Help

Sometimes we all need a little assistance, especially with technology.

Online Learning Help Form

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 4 PM
Phone: 413-236-2165

Monday – Thursday: 4 PM – 7 PM
(when evening classes are in session)
Phone: 413-499-4660, ext. 6501

BCC Student Technology Support
Email: ctenczar@berkshirecc.edu
Phone: 413–236–2165

BCC IT Help Desk
Email: helpdesk@berkshirecc.edu
Phone: 413-236-3004, or ext. 3004 on campus
On-Campus Location: Field 105

Note: The Digital Commons and BCC IT Help Desk can only directly support college owned equipment and software. Limited support is provided to personally owned devices such as laptops, cell phones, and tablets.